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GitchiGrass with Black River Revue and Tin Can Gin

Hosted by Black River Revue, and presented by Earth Rider Brewery

We are bummed to announce that due to COVID-19 The Big Wu and Keller Williams will no longer be performing at GitchiGrass at Earth Rider Brewery on August 15th. We hope to bring Keller and Big Wu to the Twin Ports for future festivals! The good news, GitchiGrass is now going to be a FREE event and our good friends Tin Can Gin will be joining the lineup! All tickets purchased will be refunded at point of purchase.

Date

August 15, 2020

Time

7:00 pm

Location

Earth Rider Brewery Grounds
1617 N 3rd St, Superior, WI

Status

Free

Cost

$18.00 - $30.00
MORE DETAILS
Gates: 5:00 pm
Audience: Ages 21+
Seating: General Admission

The event is finished.

We are bummed to announce that due to COVID-19 The Big Wu and Keller Williams will no longer be performing at GitchiGrass at Earth Rider Brewery on August 15th. We hope to bring Keller and Big Wu to the Twin Ports for future festivals! The good news, GitchiGrass is now going to be a FREE event and our good friends Tin Can Gin will be joining the lineup! All tickets purchased will be refunded at point of purchase.

About

Black River Revue are from Superior, Wis., and Duluth, Minn., who share a love for all different genres of music. Using bluegrass instrumentation they have crafted their own sound made up of mostly original music which can be heard on the debut album Garbage Pickin. Their sophomore album Spring Thaw (2014) added another year of songwriting and live performance experience.

The story goes that The Big Wu, a band from Northfield, Minn., bound for rock stardom, sold their souls for a case of Old Style beer one thirsty night long ago. The legend and the band live on. Still rocking their powerful, moving, and energizing original music for the fans. A jam band with a unique style and presence, the Wu combine strong, free flowing improv and vocal harmonies, with finely crafted songs for all tastes. Oh, and their fans are famously friendly.

Since he first appeared on the scene in the early ’90s, Keller Williams has defined the term independent artist. And his recordings tell only half the story. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. For most of his career he has performed solo. His stage shows are rooted around Keller singing his compositions and choice cover songs, while accompanying himself on acoustic guitar. With the use of today’s technology, Keller creates samples on the fly in front of the audience, a technique called live phrase sampling or looping, with nothing pre-recorded, the end result often leans toward a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronica. A genre Keller jokingly calls “acoustic dance music” or ADM.”